Dating website invites you to have an affair during the World Cup

Under the slogan “Life is short: have an adventure,” an online dating agency invites you to enjoy the World Cup in a different way: covering the most unfaithful cities in Latin America with an application that finds people willing to have an adventure.

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“From Santiago to Brazil it’s necessary to travel by land several cities and ‘the unfaithful roaming’ detects at these cities the users who are willing to start an adventure so one can send an invitation,” said Efe Francisco Goic, director of Chilean section of the Ashley Madison, the canadian company.

Santiago leads the ranking of the most unfaithful cities in Latin America according to statistics from the company that analyzed the activity by region. About 256 million users are actively using this social network in Chile, over a million and a half people in Brazil and Argentina has already reached the 235 000 registered users.

In all three countries 63% of users are men and 37% women.

“The app of our ashleymadison.com will be available for the World Cup with an alert in the area for compatible women, ie to notify you how many married women seek a lover in the city you are,” said Goic.

The most unfaithful Brazilian cities are São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte ranks third on the list. In fourth and fifth appear Curitiba and Salvador, followed by Brasilia and Porto Alegre, all succulent destinations for those who decide to make the “Route of Temptation” that the agency proposes.

Football and Brazil are very attractive combinations for Latin American users of the platform since about 87% of men in Ashley Madison love football, which encouraged the birth of the “Route of Temptation”.

Ashley Madison wants to name a brazilian stadium
The website is offering $4 million to brand a venue in southern Brazil with the safe-for-work title “Ashley Madison Arena,” per local reports. CEO Noel Biderman said his bid was because the venue is being hampered with construction delays and he hopes the money helps the 43,000-seat stadium be completed on time. Soccer’s governing body, FIFA, has informed officials in Curitiba that they have until Feb. 18 to prove they can complete the Arena da Baixada on time.

Despite this website, I’m sure there will be plenty of people having an affair at the World Cup.

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Joe Cloud
Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.

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Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.